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16 October 2015,
Workplace is uniquely poised to fast- track the AIDS response in the next five years was the key message emanating from the ILO’s training course — HIV and AIDS and the world of work: A prevention and social protection perspective — organized by ILOAIDS in collaboration with the International Training Centre, Turin.
Joint interagency statement
29 September 2015,
In a joint statement United Nations entities* call on States to act urgently to end violence and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) adults, adolescents and children.
08 September 2015,
50 women leaders representing 109 members of Savings and Credit Cooperatives (SACCOs) drawn from vulnerable populations including sex workers along the Victoria Falls tourism corridor Zimbabwe attended the ILO’s training in September and learnt business development skills to explore alternative sources of livelihoods.
25 August 2015,
On 25 August 2015, in Port of Spain, the Ministry of Labour and Small and Micro Enterprise Development (MOLSMED) of Trinidad and Tobago and the Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the UNAIDS Regional Support Team for the Caribbean, officially launched a national Workplace HIV & Wellness Voluntary Counselling and Testing Campaign (WVCT@WORK Campaign).
HIV and AIDS (Anti-Discrimination) Act published in the Official Gazette of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
20 August 2015,
The HIV and AIDS (Anti-Discrimination) Act 2014 (No. 7) aims to protect fundamental human rights for all living with or affected by HIV.